We go through our graduate lives, getting expertise around specific questions, constructing our particular positions with adherence to specific theories. Along the way, with increased isolation, we lose track of how other frameworks approach the central debates that occupy much of our thinking. While the image of the isolated modern scholar still informs the imaginaries that travel within the culture of academics, there is another type emerging, especially from the collaborative spaces and interdisciplinary environments, which recognize the significance of encountering different perspectives in the process of knowledge production for developing a relationship to truth. This is how we learn not to rely on concrete assumptions, by being ‘kept on our toes’, so to speak. It is through the discussions that we can sharpen our arguments, and get a better grasp of where we stand in relation to literatures that define the landscape of our academic inquiries. However, in this high-speed culture, it may become hard to find the timespace and human networks through which we could reflect on our thinking and let out our inarticulate thoughts; let alone encountering other schools of thought that would contribute to our work through criticism. So, we would like to create a pocket in spacetime where people can bring out their confused thoughts to be untangled in a safe and supporting environment. This practice would demystify the knowledge-production process, and remind us that knowledge is a collective entity, and not the work of a mythical creature who lives in solitary. This group is formed to remind us that we can only read so far! It is time to put those readings into practice; we aim at tackling themes and issues in social sciences through a collective and heterogeneous bibliography.